Cape Town City Tour
The Cape Town City Tour is the perfect way to explore the vibrant mix of cultures, stunning architecture, and rich history that the city has to offer. Led by knowledgeable and entertaining guides, you’ll be taken on a journey through the heart of the city’s most fascinating landmarks, including Bo-Kaap, the Castle of Good Hope, District Six and Company Gardens. The Cape Town City Tour is a must-do for anyone visiting South Africa. It’s the perfect blend of history, adventure, and natural beauty that will leave you with memories that last a lifetime.
Cape Town has long been the home of wanderers and adventurers and we will assist you in exploring this beautiful city the way you want. Below you will see the standard landmarks followed by the general itinerary and some optional extra’s. Our 2 most popular additions to this tour are the Table Mountain cableway and V and A waterfront.
Cape Town City Tour Highlights
Cape Town City Tour Itinerary
Your Cape Town City Tour begins at the Castle of Good Hope (better known locally as simply “the castle”, the oldest occupied building in South Africa).
On route to our next stop the District Six Museum we take in the sites of the city’s largest public square the Grand Parade as well as City Hall.
Company’s Gardens which houses the South African national gallery for the art enthusiast and also the South African Museum for those interested in both our natural and cultural history gives us 2 more convenient optional visits.
The nearby Greenmarket Square situated right in the centre of the CBD gives you the opportunity to see and purchase some African arts, crafts and clothing whilst mingling with the locals.
We then head over to the outskirts of the City and visit the Bo-Kaap formally known as the Malay quarter before a short drive up to Signal hill to get another view of the Mother City. Our return from the heights of Signal Hill will take us through Sea-point and Green point.
Cape Town City Tour Optional Activities
- Iziko South African National Gallery
- V&A Waterfront
- South African National Museum
- National Gallery
- Table Mountain Cableway
- Diamond Exhibition